ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANCY AND LOW-CARBON ENGINEERING

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HOTELS - PREPARING FOR ESOS

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), launched in June 2014, is a mandatory energy assessment scheme, which establishes the obligation to audit energy use and identify energy saving opportunities.  Affected organisations will need to comply by 5th December 2015 and therefore now is the time to get up to speed.

XCO2 are holding an early evening set of informative presentations and discussion on the mandatory ESOS legislation and how it will affect the hotel industry.  Learn about, who needs to comply, how to comply and what others in the industry are doing about it?

Register for event here.



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Corporate Carbon Management
 

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Public Sector
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DID YOU KNOW

Reducing the energy required for
heating is a matter of life and
death for penguins, and being
warm-blooded means that they
have a hard time keeping their
body temperatures high...more >

DID YOU KNOW

The leaves of the Lotus flower
stay clean using a physical process
known as superhydrophobia. This quality, created by tiny structures on the leaf surface, means that water is repelled and any dirt that may have collected on its surface is removed...more >

DID YOU KNOW

Keeping a constant internal
temperature within the mound is vital
for termite survival. In order to
obtain a stable temperature of
31°C, termites construct their
mounds with several air vents that
allow the free movement of air
withinthe space, cooling and heating
when necessary...more >

DID YOU KNOW

Situated at each end of
the woodlouse’s body, tiny
tube-like appendages known as uropods absorb water vapour out of humid air for rehydration...more >

DID YOU KNOW

In deep water and low light
conditions, sea sponges make
the most of the available light by
using a skeletal structure that
transmits light...more >

DID YOU KNOW

Living in harsh, arid climates,
camels have evolved to make the
best use of water. When breathing
in, moisture is released into the
incoming warm air, cooling the
nostrils...more >

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